Mercedes-Benz is now apparently relying entirely on screens. Or rather: on a screen.
The new flagship of the S-Class will not only be equipped with five screens, the German car manufacturer has also decided to equip its new, important e-car EQS with a gigantic, 1.4-meter-long “MBUX Hyperscreen”. It should extend over the entire width of the car.
The most important thing should always be visible immediately. “Thanks to the so-called zero layer, the user neither has to scroll through submenus nor give voice commands. The most important applications are always offered situationally and in relation to the context at the top level in the field of vision, ”Mercedes announced in a press release.
The screen uses OLED technology and will be slightly curved. Passengers have their own area on the screen and can save their preferences as profiles and call them up again – a maximum of seven people.
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This is what the giant screen will look like in the new Mercedes e-car
This article is translated from English. You can read the original here.